NS 6784 Leads train 905 to Corinth where it will tie down on the interchange track before continuing on to Memphis.
Somewhere else in have a scenery shot of this. Here is the roster. They went everywhere in their second (third?) career but they are getting really hard to find these days.
NS Local A95 is parked for the night with NS #5161 & NS #3369 for power
Gulf, Mobile & Ohio caboose No. 2994 shows off its bright red paint scheme next to the historic depot at Corinth, Mississippi, on May 8, 2014. Crossroads Museum is now located in the station direc... (more)
BN SD45 6520 at Corinth, MS || Oct 1988
Night Shot of the KCS #2901 parked by the Depot as the city lights light up the low cloud line as the rain was moving in.
Kansas City Southern EMD GP40-3 No. 2851 leads a KCS train switching the former Corinth and Counce yard (now KCS’s Kendrick Yard) at Corinth, Mississippi, on the afternoon of May 8, 2014
Great looking pair on a bigone operation. I believe these went to KCS but I don't recall ever seeing a shot of them in KCS colors. Anybody got one?
Imagine you are in your submersible 14,000 feet beneath the surface of the ocean and this thing swims into view from the murk. Yuch! Hard astern!
Just hasn't be relettered yet. Originally owned by IC.
Owned by Continental Can as I recall, this little shortline disappeared into KCS several years ago.
The signal protects the diamond but over which RR I do not remember. These units have just dropped a train. Boy, CF-7s are coyote ugly.
Lettered for Southrail, a KCS invention, this unit heads a long string of power awaiting something to do. Southrail just sort of came and went and this was probably about the only scheme they eve... (more)
This caboose was originally built in 1970 by the International Car Company of Kenton, Ohio for GM&O.